Vote or Die! Women’s Suffrage

March 2, 2020

The story of how women in colonial America were allowed to vote, how that right was removed with the constitution, and how they fought to get it back.

Opinion: Sapulpa needs to move forward, and needs this bond to do so

January 6, 2020

“This is not merely a matter of spurring growth for growth’s sake. As the rest of the metro moves forward, Sapulpa is in danger of sliding backwards into being a largely undesirable area of the metro.”

Editorial: The Story of Sapulpa

November 1, 2019

“Crime, however, is not what defines Sapulpa. Sapulpa is defined by the indigenous people and immigrants who settled this fair land and built a settlement into a city.”

Op-Ed: The Yates County Collaboration

August 9, 2019

Could Creek County see the inter-party collaboration exemplified in the northeast?

Letter to the Editor: Chief Bill John Baker is too far left

March 29, 2019

This letter has been removed. See inside for why.

An Open Letter to Governor Stitt

January 15, 2019

Senior Staff Writer Lottie Wilds gives opinions and advice to incoming Governor Kevin Stitt.

Sam Houghton: Thank you Sapulpa, for supporting local artists

November 28, 2018

As director of the Sapulpa Artists’ Guild, I would like to thank the Sapulpa Times for their support in covering our first annual art exhibit and show. It gave our local artists an opportunity to show the community their work and a chance for public to meet them and get acquainted with them as well […]

“No Wind Catcher” movement is picking up steam as plans for substation move closer to Sapulpa

July 20, 2018

The substation—formerly expected to be built in Bixby—will now be built somewhere south of Glenpool or Sapulpa.

From the Publisher: You cared enough to call us on it when we screwed up, and I thank you for it.

June 13, 2018

Though it’s a bitter pill to swallow, I’m grateful. See, the power of a free press only goes so far as that the words being published be the truth, and as much of the truth as we can find.

Letter to the Editor: TCC Faculty President should keep graduation about the students

May 8, 2018

“Graduation is about students, not political statements.”